Relocation guide Quin

Relocation guide Quin

Relocation guide Quin

Thinking about moving to the Netherlands?

Moving countries is a big step with many things you will have to think about. But don't worry; we will roll out the red carpet for you. We'll do everything possible to provide a smooth transition and help you feel at home, from helping with practicalities and formalities to showing you the highlights in your new location and lending a financial hand. But first, let's take a peek at what we and this beautiful country has to offer. Please let us know if you have any questions!

Relocation guide Quin

Relocation assistance

Assistance

Our relocation assistance package is extensive as we want to ensure your smooth landing in the Netherlands. It includes all aspects of relocation from A to Z.

Allowance

Moving to another country is a costly investment, and we certainly want to support you with that. That's why we offer relocation allowances up to € 5000.

Visa/Work permit

We will make sure that you are legally allowed to perform your duties. In addition, we will assist you with any paperwork related to your work or visa status.

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Hamed, Backend Engineer

"I found relocation support perfect in every aspect. Good information was provided, and everything went fluent. Moreover, it lets me concentrate on my personal matters, which is important when planning to live in your home country for a long time."
 

Kateryna, sr. Frontend Engineer

"Quin provided me with complete relocation help from the very first step to the very last. I got help with visa, registration, home search and application, obtaining insurance and bank account, applying for ruling and so on. It was a really smooth process."

Jitesh, Frontend Engineer

"Quin supported my relocation along with my wife. Quin has been supportive in the entire process from the very beginning. While relocating, our main concern was the process itself and housing. Quin has a tie-up with a relocation agency that takes care of all our needs, from legal work to renting a house. Quin also provides relocation allowance to make it easy for the expats in their initial days."

Hamed V., Frontend engineer

"There might be a gazillion questions and uncertainties in your mind when relocating, but do not worry! Quin's got you covered. All you need to do is pack your bags and enjoy the journey!"

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Settling into The Netherlands

Moving to the Netherlands has its pros and cons, just like moving to any other country. Of course, if you don't mind some rain ☔️, we think the pros far outweigh the cons.  

People in the Netherlands generally have a high quality of life. And you can find a good balance between work and life. On average, they get 25 vacation days per year. This could be one reason why the Netherlands is also one of the ten happiest countries in the world. 

The infrastructure in the Netherlands is well-kept, there isn't much corruption, crime is low, there is a healthy biking culture and most systems work pretty well.   

This small country is home to many people from other countries, and the people who live there are mainly open to them, especially in the bigger cities. In fact, the Dutch are known for being the best non-native English speakers, so that you can speak English everywhere in the Netherlands.  

From kindergarten to university, the Netherlands offers Europe some of the highest-quality educational opportunities.  

When you're in a place you don't know well, meeting friendly people is one of the best things to happen. The Dutch are friendly, tolerant and open, and don't mind talking to you when they see you on the street.  

Last but not least, the Netherlands isn't considered a very large country; for that reason, it's easy to travel from one city to the other. For example, this will allow you to experience the Groningen music festivals, the Enschede brewery tours or the Rotterdam film festivals. Plus, it's easy to travel all around Europe from the Netherlands.

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Hamed, Backend Engineer

"I chose the Netherlands for its diverse culture. You don't feel like a foreigner or a stranger here. Although nobody is a native English speaker, except for a few, you can still communicate with everybody in English. Netherlands location in Europe makes every country of Europe simply accessible. It has moderate winters. And for me, it is an endless joy to hear a great piece of classical music when passing around the Rijksmuseum."

Kateryna, sr. Frontend Engineer

"In Netherlands I can enjoy fresh air and clean water, walk in diverse well-groomed parks or reach the sea very fast. The architecture is rich and restrained, permeated by many canals, roads are flat and well equipped to ride a bicycle on daily basis. People are friendly, respectful to one another, to nature and  the environment. Here I can live in the town but still be quite close to the nature."

Jitesh, Frontend Engineer

"I chose Amsterdam/Netherlands for many reasons. It has one of the best and most stable healthcare systems in Europe. If you have children, here are great schools and universities to offer. Amsterdam is a mix of many nationalities and cultures. If you're a fan of history, nature, and art, Amsterdam is heaven. And last but not least, it is one of the biggest startup hubs in Europe. Law and order make the country very safe. The transportation system is also well maintained."

Hamed V., Frontend engineer

"Even though I had always dreamed of living in the Netherlands, specifically Amsterdam, several other factors led me to choose this country: Work-life balance. English, everywhere! Dutch tax exemption for employees."


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